Market Leaders | Most Units Sold | September 2022

For the second month in a row, the iconic Watergate in Washington’s Foggy Bottom neighborhood leads the way in the number of units sold. The midcentury modern cooperative complex had three closings in September. Notably, Unit #421 was the third-highest sale for the month at $1,875,000. The three-bedroom, 3.5-bath residence with a library/home office and 3,036 square feet of beautifully designed living space also has a sweeping 40-foot long balcony with wooden flooring and river views. There were three buildings with two sales each. They are: The Ritz-Carlton West End in Washington’s West End neighborhood, Yale Steam Laundry in Mount Vernon Triangle, and Atrium in Arlington’s Rosslyn community.

Among these sales is a double honoree in other categories this month. Unit #8C at Ritz-Carlton West End was both the fifth highest sale as well as the fifth highest price per square foot. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bath residence with 1,846 sq. ft. of sunny living space closed at $1,650,000, translating to $893.82 per square foot. Features include Brazilian cherry herringbone floors, a large gourmet kitchen with recessed appliances, two private balconies, and marble baths. Unit #210 at Yale Steam Laundry might not be particularly large at 738 square feet, but it is very attractive with its blonde floors, open modern kitchen, and giant windows. The one-bedroom, one-bath flat had the month’s fifth highest list-to-sales ratio, selling for $475,000 or 99.89 percent of the original asking price. The closings at Atrium were for $490,000 and $480,000 respectively.

We have eight buildings with one sale each in September: 22 West in the West End, 525 Water Street in Georgetown, 555 Mass in the Mount Vernon Triangle, City Center, also in the Mount Vernon Triangle, Chase Point in Friendship Heights, Delancey Lofts in Adams Morgan, Dumbarton Place in Dupont Circle, and eNvy in the Navy Yard. This grouping delivered some real highlights including the highest priced sale, the highest list-to-sales ratio, and the second-highest price per square foot, all at Unit #3D at 22 West. The three-bedroom, three-bath corner condo with an open and modern 1,967 square foot floorplan sold for $2,099,999, translating to a full price offer and $1,067.62 per square foot. Another standout is Unit #PH9 at Chase Point. This spectacular two-level penthouse with two bedrooms, a den and an expansive private rooftop deck closed at $1,745,000, making it the fourth highest sale in September.

To see all the hottest building and category winners in September visit our DC Penthouse and Luxury Condo Marketing Activity Report. is the ultimate resource with the right properties, the right firm, and the right agents. If you’re thinking of a move, you owe it to yourself to start a conversation with Jeff Wilson. Make sure you have every advantage possible working in your favor.

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